T1156F 1/2" Union Threaded Iron Pressure Regulator Zoom

T1156F 1/2" Union Threaded Iron Pressure Regulator

SKU:0386500

Brand: Watts

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Size: 1/2"
Connection Type: Threaded
Material: Cast Iron
Pressure Range: 10 to 25 psi
Min Pressure (PSI): 10
Max Pressure (PSI): 25
Application: Heating
Max Inlet Pressure: 100 PSI
Pressure Set Point: Factory Set at 15 psi
Temperature Range (F): 212°F Max
Width (Inches): 3-1/2"
Height (Inches): 5.375
Weight (lbs): 2.3 lbs

Description for Watts 0386500


Series 1156F High Capacity Feed Water Pressure Regulators are for use in commercial and residential hydronic heating systems to fill the boiler and piping system with water, and to maintain water pressure in the system at all times. It also provides make-up water to the system in the event of system leaks. It consists of an iron and bronze body construction with NPT threaded inlet and outlet connections, a tight seating check valve, purge lever for manual purging, and a stainless steel strainer. Series 1156F has high capacity performance and simplified servicing design. It is suitable for use in the boiler feed lines of hydronic heating systems. Also available with union solder or union threaded connections. Maximum Pressure: 100psi (6.9 bar).


"Do not use this item for any installation or repair of potable water applications. This product does not comply with the "Safe Drinking Water Act," which requires that products meet low-lead standards in order to be used in systems providing water for human consumption (drinking or cooking). This item is for non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications only."

T1156F 1/2" Union Threaded Iron Pressure Regulator

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5.0

Works great

By Plumber's Wise Crack

from Roanoke, Va

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        Comments about Watts T1156F 1/2" Union Threaded Iron Pressure Regulator:

        My boilers' pressure relief valve began dripping. I checked the pressure gauge and saw that it was sitting on about 33 psi, which is above the amount allowed by the pressure relief valve. Got online and was able to order the part I needed from Pex Supply. The part arrived at my door in a timely fashion and has since been installed...works great!

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        5.0

        Last one lasted 36 years,

        By fix all Al

        from Holly MI.

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              Comments about Watts T1156F 1/2" Union Threaded Iron Pressure Regulator:

              Fit perfect, took about 20 min. to change. filled system fast.

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                can a strainer on awatts regulator t1156f be removed
                Asked on 3/25/2012 by al montoya from las vegas n mex

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                  The strainer can be removed, and on page 2 of the installation manual it details how to do this. The Installation guide can be seen here: http://media2.wattswater.com/1910265.pdf

                  Answered on 4/4/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                can strainer on t1156f become clogged
                Asked on 3/24/2012 by al montoya

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                  The strainer screen should be serviced at least twice a year, so yes it can become clogged. The screen can be removed to clean or replace the part.

                  Answered on 4/4/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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